WRESTLING NEWS
The 15 Spookiest Wrestlers In WWE History
By BENJAMIN FALBO
Aleister Black
Aleister Black, drawing influence from his dark childhood, spoke of sinister entities and devils on his back, which are represented by his various tattoos. When WWE came knocking in 2016, Black went on a warpath, knocking people's lights out with his devastating Black Mass and claiming the NXT championship in 2018.
Alexa Bliss
After a schism with her tag partner, Alexa Bliss soon found herself at the mercy of Bray Wyatt AKA The Fiend. Following this attack, Little Miss Bliss began to show more signs of Harley Quinn-style mental psychosis, becoming more violent in her matches and aligning herself with The Fiend.
Bray Wyatt
Bray Wyatt, a Bayou cult leader, could enrapture the audience with cryptic words delivered with a haunting cadence. After an extended break from TV, he turned into a demented children's show host which masked Wyatt's true evil, an entity known as The Fiend, complete with white skin, sharp teeth, and unflinching eyes.
Bull Nakano
Few pro wrestling talents are able to instill the level of fear that Bull Nakano could, and she began to add visual flair to her ensemble — including a leather jacket, intimidating face paint, and torn leggings. With her combination of impactful in-ring offense and eclectic appearance, you knew danger was coming.
Doink The Clown
Originally presented as a heel, Doink the Clown caused mischief by pranking various fans and wrestlers, heightened by a loop of extremely disturbing circus music. Doink was quite the menace, but sadly, the wrestler behind the grease paint, Matt Osborne, was fired from the WWF due to substance-related issues.